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The features of this depression are the same as in major depression, but the patient has a history of prior manic or hypomanic episodes. As part of the evaluation the clinician screens for a history of mania, because this can affect the treatment choices for bipolar depression. Bipolar depression an episode of depression that occurs in the course of bipolar disorder. Hypomanic a milder form of mania with the same symptoms but of lesser intensity. ” Such qualifiers describe a specific pattern of symptom presentation.
Increasing the amount of neurotransmitter in the synaptic cleft affects both the amount of other neurotransmitters and the numbers of receptors available to receive these neurotransmitters. If one thinks of the body as continually adjusting itself to maintain a proper balance, the increase in the amount of neurotransmitter causes a compensatory decrease in the number of receptors to balance out the relationship between the two. This is known in neuroscience as down-regulation. Down-regulation can take approximately 4 to 6 weeks to occur, which is one theory as to the reason that it may take 4 to 6 weeks for an antidepressant to have its full effect.
Psychology was that part of natural philosophy associated with human nature. As philosophers of human nature were primarily concerned with actions that could be judged as right and wrong, psychology was considered a moral science. This was the purview of philosophers who were contemplating the normal range of human behavior. Alternatively, abnormal behavior, more commonly known as psychopathology, was generally the purview of physicians. Those physicians consisted of either neurologists or general practitioners whose responsibilities included the general medical care of patients committed to asylums for the mentally ill.
100 Questions and Answers About Depression, Second Edition by Ava T. Albrecht, Charles Herrick